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  • Herbert Atienza

    NWCPHP Welcomes Herbert Atienza, New Marketing and Communications Manager

    As the Marketing and Communications Manager, Herbert brings a valuable combination of experience in education, journalism, and health care to the position.

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  • March HTIP

    Did You Miss the March Hot Topics Webinar?

    Watch a recording of the March Hot Topics, “Behind the Wall: Public Health Outreach for Alaska's Dads Who Are Incarcerated," available now.

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  • 2016 LI Alumni

    Q&A with Leadership Institute Alumni

    2016 Health Leadership Institute alumni Jeff Hutchison and Audrey Levine describe how their leadership projects have had an impact on their organization and personal growth.

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  • Evidence-Based Public Health

    New Online Training: Evidence-Based Public Health

    NWCPHP's revised and updated nine-part training series covers all the skills needed to make the most of scarce resources for the greatest improvement to the public's health. 

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  • 2016 Training Needs Assessment Report

    New Findings on Public Health Training Needs Now Available

    Results from NWCPHP's 2016 training needs assessment can help leaders learn the most desired skills among the region’s public health workforce.

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How We Can Help

The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice (NWCPHP) provides training, research, evaluation, and communication services to public health organizations.

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“The Leadership Institute offered the right balance between didactic and practical learning. It provided me the opportunity to learn new skills in a classroom setting, apply them at work, and then reflect on the experiences with Institute peers and faculty. I was highly impressed with the caliber of presenters and NWPHLI faculty—national or local leaders in their field.”

—Kirsten Frandsen, NWPHLI ’15
Project Manager, Environmental Health, Tacoma–Pierce County Health Department

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